Gender Differences in Weight Loss with Medical Treatments

females lost more weight than males with similar exposures to liraglutide, suggesting that body size may not be the only factor.

WeightControl.com Interview with:
A/Prof Samantha L Hocking | Associate Professor Diabetes NSW & ACT
Sydney School of Medicine (Central Clinical School)
Charles Perkins Centre
Faculty of Medicine and Health
President National Association of Clinical Obesity Services

WeightControl.com:  What is the background for this study? 

Response: Numerous studies have shown that the mean response to a weight loss intervention hides significant individual variation. There are biological and physiological differences between males and females so gender is a potential predictor of weight loss outcomes.